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post #15951 of 16235
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Originally Posted by melodystyle2003 View Post

Like one step (+13MHz) on core and 30MHz on RAM.
Nice. How long did you test this new overclock?
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

Nice. How long did you test this new overclock?
Five loops of heaven with maxed out settings.
post #15953 of 16235
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

Try this website out, the different tests should move more smoothly with a 120Hz native monitor.

https://www.testufo.com/

I legit cannot tell a clear difference between the 50 and 100 fps bars while the 25 and 13 bars are very obvious on my Qnix at 100hz. If I try hard to focus the 50 bar looks a bit fuzzier even though both are showing the exact same image, but both are not that clear for my terrible eyes and it obviously gets worse as pixels per sec gets bumped upwards.

Maybe this is just a sign that I should save my money and just keep this Qnix until it dies tongue.gif
post #15954 of 16235
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Originally Posted by Velathawen View Post

I legit cannot tell a clear difference between the 50 and 100 fps bars while the 25 and 13 bars are very obvious on my Qnix at 100hz. If I try hard to focus the 50 bar looks a bit fuzzier even though both are showing the exact same image, but both are not that clear for my terrible eyes and it obviously gets worse as pixels per sec gets bumped upwards.

Maybe this is just a sign that I should save my money and just keep this Qnix until it dies tongue.gif

Bad eyesight? wink.gif

Or maybe it's not actually 100hz.

Anyways, 100hz should be obviously clearer.
50fps would look like the ship moves side to side pretty fast.
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fwiw, when i look at https://www.testufo.com/#test=framerates

to me there is not much difference between 60 and 30 BUT in game play ~40fps or below looks like that site's 15. (60, 30, 15).

i am 54 y/o and might need glasses. tongue.gif
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post #15956 of 16235
In synthetics like the unigine benches and 3d mark, my overclocked Ti can be pretty close to a 1080.
But how about real game performance at 1080p?
Is a 1500 core ti that close to a 1080?
Or does currently architecture differences, drivers and optimizations give the 1080 a bigger lead?
post #15957 of 16235
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

In synthetics like the unigine benches and 3d mark, my overclocked Ti can be pretty close to a 1080.
But how about real game performance at 1080p?
Is a 1500 core ti that close to a 1080?
Or does currently architecture differences, drivers and optimizations give the 1080 a bigger lead?

The difference will be determined by how TDP/Temperature throttled the 1080 in question is. A 1500mhz OCed 980ti can equal a stock FE 1080 but I doubt it can catch the AIB/high TDP ones.
post #15958 of 16235
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Originally Posted by Dasboogieman View Post

The difference will be determined by how TDP/Temperature throttled the 1080 in question is. A 1500mhz OCed 980ti can equal a stock FE 1080 but I doubt it can catch the AIB/high TDP ones.

Trying to decide if it's worth selling my g1 ti that does 1500 all day and get a 1080 g1.
The 1080 g1 is not the greatest aib 1080, but it is a great price and if I can sell my 980ti for a good price, I might be looking at 70 euros out of my pocket for the swap.
Would it be worth it? For the added vram, newer architecture and maybe added performance?
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For just $70 more of course.
post #15960 of 16235
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Originally Posted by melodystyle2003 View Post

For just $70 more of course.

Is it that much of a no brainer?
Why do you say so?
What makes the 1080 g1 appealing against a 980ti G1?

The 1080 is cheap for a 1080, but it only has a single 8 pin power connector and the cooler is only a 3 heat pipe solution.
Is it a good trade?
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